Authorities say the man and woman from Westgate were transported with minor injuries.
Semi was reportedly carrying chocolate, and the packaging is creating issues putting out the fire.
Here’s a breakdown of the report.
Alleged victim declines to testify and prosecutor says there’s not enough evidence to proceed
College is one of 150 that could enter national contest
Patty Wetterling to her long-lost son: ‘We’ll never stop searching for you.’
Ice shacks will have to be removed from Clear Lake by Feb. 20.
The chase ended when he crashed into a ditch — authorities say he had a warrant out for his arrest.
Regional basketball highlights
Authorities are investigating a serious crash on Highway 65 near Hampton.
The Rochester School District went over the next steps as well as the agreement that was reached with the Office of Civil Rights to address …
As journalists, it’s only fitting that we honor Ida B. Wells.
Members of EDF Renewable Energy are in Forest City Tuesday, to preview a potential wind farm in the Buffalo Center area.
One area registered dietitian explains the ins and outs of a gluten-free diet.
This week’s Golden Apple Award goes to Mr. Cory Schmitt of Forest City High School.
We take a look inside the Vikings’ new digs.
In this weeks forecast we are predicted to see several days in the 40’s, and experts say with the late freeze of the lake, we could start to…
Tens of thousands of dollars in estimated damage
Law enforcement and others are learning to recognize mental health in our youth.
Not knowing where the occupants of a home on fire Monday night was just one of many problems Charles City Fire Fighters were facing.
As the average age of Iowans increases so does the need for nurses.
Car theft and drug possession get no time behind bars
State grants to rise by $200
About 3,600 gallons of deicer and 50 gallons of diesel fuel flowed downstream.
Cleaning company Pro Clean Midwest donated its time and services to help local non-profits.
Facing assault and going armed with intent charges
She faces third and fourth-degree assault charges.
One of many arrested in December drug sweep
Police say the street value of the drugs is about $2,000.
Suspects allegedly stole several electronics from RCTC students’ home.